Mr. Anderson to Mr. Bayard.
Copenhagen, March 12, 1888. (Received April 2.)
Sir: Referring to my previous dispatches on the pork question, I have now the honor to report that the following Government order, excluding American pork and its products from Denmark until further notice, was published in the official Danish paper of Saturday, the 10th instant:
In pursuance of section 9 of the law of December 29, 1857, relative to contagious disease among domestic animals, the importation into Denmark of pork and other raw products of hogs, including bladders and steam lard, from the United States of North America is, until further notice, forbidden.
This order to go into immediate effect. Published for the information and observance of all whom it may concern.
I have, etc.,